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Liminal is an English adjective, "on the threshold," from Latin limen, plural limina, "threshold." Liminality is the abstract noun formed from liminal. They may mean:
- Liminality, the middle state of a rite of passage
- Category:Liminal deities, gods of transitions
- Liminal being, mythical being of ambiguous existence
- Liminal state, English translation of Bardo in Tibetan Buddhism
- Liminal point, a limen, or threshold, of a response
- Liminal experiences, feelings of abandonment (existentialism) associated with death, illness, disaster, etc
- Liminal States, a novel by Zack Parsons
- Liminality, a topic appearing in many titles of books by Agnes Horvath
- .hack//Liminality, a video game
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